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Event ID: 1017 Source: Perflib
Performance counter data collection from the "<service name>" service has been disabled due to one or more errors generated by the performance counter library for that service. The error(s) that forced this action have been written to the application event log. The error(s) should be corrected before the performance counters for this service are enabled again.
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What are the performance counters?
AS per Microsoft: "This problem occurs if you have more than 26 hard disks installed in the computer. When you have more than 26 hard disks installed, the buffer in the Performance tool is not sufficient to contain all the hard disk information. In this scenario, an access violation occurs because more hard disks exist than are recorded in the hard disk buffer". See ME828603 for a hotfix.
See ME299059 and the link to "How to clear perflib errors on the server" for information on how to disable the performance counters.
Service: "Tcpip" - I got this after manually rebuilding the performance library on as server.
The problem may occur because the extensible performance DLL is marked as "disabled". The object may be reenabled by setting the "Disable Performance Counters" registry value in the Performance subkey of the supported service for the extension. See ME248993.
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